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Moscow Classical Ballet to perform ‘The Nutcracker’

The Moscow Classical Ballet will perform "€œThe Nutcrackerâ€" at Three Stages. Three performances are scheduled in early December. Courtesy photo

Winner of more than 15 Gold Medals and three prizes from the Paris Academy of Dance, Moscow Classical Ballet has toured “The Nutcracker” in the United States every year for the past 19 years and has performed in more than 30 countries around the world. Moscow Classical Ballet’s “The Nutcracker,” offered by Robert Friedman Presents […]

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Buses quiet on turkey day

The El Dorado County Transit Authority will be closed in observance of the 2011 Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, Nov. 24, and Friday, Nov. 25. El Dorado Transit’s business office and dispatch center will also be closed. Normal operation will resume on Saturday, Nov. 26. Starting Tuesday, Nov. 22, the dispatch center will be accepting Dial-A-Ride […]

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Officers who cracked Mittelman case honored

Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills President Jeff England and Det. Sgt. Tom Hoagland honor Det. Paul Hadjes, Det. Mike Lensing, deputy Steven Fulton and Det. Ken Barber, left to right, as the club's Officers of the Year. Not pictured, deputy Simon Brown. Village Life photo by Noel Stack

They said it was a suicide. It wasn’t. Shortly after arriving at the home of victim Valerie Rita Mittelman in June 2010, El Dorado County sheriff’s officers knew things weren’t right and an investigation began that ended with Steven Howard Mittelman’s first-degree murder conviction earlier this year. Wednesday, the five key players in the investigation — […]

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Road construction almost wrapped up

Drivers head down the newly paved and complDrivers head down the newly paved and widened El Dorado Hills Boulevard/Latrobe Road. Construction on this project, which included work on the local roadway and Highway 50, will wrap up before the end of the year. Village Life photo by Shelly Thoreneetely opened El Dorado Hills Boulevard/Latrobe Road. Construction on this project, which included work on the local roadway and Highway 50, will wrap up before the end of the year. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

The El Dorado County Department of Transportation and its contractor, Nehemiah Construction, have a Christmas present for El Dorado Hills residents — no more road construction. That’s right. By the end of the year drivers won’t see any orange cones or lane closures … at least not near the Highway 50/Latrobe Road intersection. “We just […]

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Tour beautiful ‘Homes for the Holidays’

Santa greets visitors to the home of Debra Bogowitz in El Dorado Hills. Bogowitz' home and five others are on the Assistance League of the Sierra Foothills' Homes for the Holidays tour. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

Can you imagine decorating your home for Christmas in September? Debra Bogowitz can. When the leaves change color in her El Dorado Hills neighborhood the local business owner pulls out the decorations — a garage almost full of them — and begins to turn her home into a holiday wonderland. This year everyone will get […]

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‘Tis the season … for giving

RemiVista

While you’re out shopping for Uncle Lou and Granny, why not pick up a toy for a child in need? For the first time Remi Vista Inc. Youth and Family Services in El Dorado Hills is holding a toy drive for the displaced children the organization serves. “There’s such a need,” said Gina Downing, Remi […]

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Volleyball: OR goes down fighting

Championship hopes left the Oak Ridge gym with the third-seeded St. Mary’s volleyball team Tuesday night as the visiting Rams knocked the Lady Trojans out of the playoffs with a three-set 25-22, 25-23, 25-11 sweep in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I semifinals. “St. Mary’s is a very strong program,” said Oak Ridge coach Becky Potter a […]

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